# How many marine fish can you have in a 100 Litre tank?

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## How many marine fish can you have in a 100 Litre tank?

The ‘inch per gallon rule’ / 1cm per 2 litres The length of fish is sometimes referred to as ‘fish inches’. A 100 litre tank equals 22 gallons therefore according to this rule can accommodate 22 inches of fully grown fish. The metric version of this would be 100 litres can hold 50cm of fully grown fish.

## What saltwater fish can live in a 100 gallon tank?

With a 100 gallon tank you also have a wonderful choice of different saltwater fish, such as iconic Surgeonfish (like blue or yellow tangs), Dragonets, Frogfish, some of the smaller Butterflyfish, Clownfish, Damselfish, Hawkfish, and Puffers.

## How many marine fish can you have in a 90 Litre tank?

Based on the rule of thumb that you can have 3 inch of marine fish per square foot of tank, an average 90 litre fish tank would only hold two. However if you wish to or are considering concentrating on something other than fish in a marine tank, it’s a good size to practice / start with.

## How many Oscars can fit in a 75-gallon tank?

Ideally, however, a 75-gallon tank is best for one adult Oscar and, if you plan to keep more than one, you will need a tank at least 100 gallons in capacity.

## How do you maintain a marine aquarium?

Regular Water Maintenance Tasks

- Checking Salinity/Topping Off: Daily.
- Changing Water: Weekly.
- Maintaining Filtration: Weekly.
- Making Saltwater: As Needed.
- Scrubing Algae: Weekly.
- Checking Water Quality: Daily/Weekly/Monthly.
- Checking Water Temperature: Daily.
- Feeding Fish: Daily.

## How many marine fish can you have in a 60 Litre tank?

Tank bred clownfish are an excellent choice, as are Yellow gobies, Firefish, and Royal grammas. You could keep a pair of clowns, a Yellow Goby, a Firefish and a Royal Gramma in a 60 litre marine tank and as a general rule stick to a maximum of five small fish in a tank of that size.

## How many clownfish should be kept together?

To summarize, only keep 1 or 2 clownfish per aquarium. If you already have a clownfish and would like another one, make sure that you add a smaller clownfish of the same species.